Muncy locals Oct. 19, 2016
I think it is important to recognize students as much as we can. Often so many of them go unnoticed. This week I would like to give a mention of acknowledgement to the following Muncy students:
Tyler Houseknecht who received a Penn College NOW scholarship for plastics and polymer engineering technology.
Brooke Gray who raised 15,000 dollars for the Salvation Army. She has spent her fall semester organizing fundraisers to support the local organization. Recently she has been busy planning for the upcoming Community Challenge 5K run and walk on Nov. 12 to be held at Williamsport High School’s cross country course.
Julie Diane Smith who represented Muncy High School at the Flaming Foliage Festival in Renovo this past weekend. Her escort was Austin Kessler of Muncy.
‘Stop Muncy Burn’ a group protesting the proposed waste to energy plant at the former Andritz building on Sherman Street will be meeting tonight at the Vineyard Community center, also on
Sherman Street to develop further plans and to find out more why Delta Thermo wants to come here.
The Muncy Garden Club will be hosting their annual tea tomorrow night at the parish hall of St. James Episcopal Church. Members and guests are to bring a treat to share and a tea cup. It will also be scrapbook viewing night. Devotions will be from Sue Seybert and refreshments provided by Sue Seybert and Paula Schwenk.
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Thurs. Oct. 20 free vision workshop for parents, educators and professionals at Vision & Learning Center, 112 S. Main St., Muncy, 6-7 p.m.
Sat. Oct. 22 is one of the last of two dates the Sones Farm & Home Museum in Muncy will be open to the public due to the recent parting of Oliver Sones. Hours will be from 10-2 with antique cars and trucks on display. The next event is planned for July 8, 2017. Any questions call 570-546-6334.
Sat. Oct. 22 Muncy Monster Dash and school festival at Myers Elementary School. Registration 9 a.m.
Weds. Oct. 26 the Muncy Woman’s Club will meet at the Vineyard Community Activity Center at 7 p.m. for a program and a tour with board member, Cindy Collister. Located at 99 Sherman St., Muncy. Questions call Emma DeWald at 546-5528.
Oct. 26 & 27 distribution days for Son-Light House, 130 Carpenter St., Muncy. Weds. 9 to noon and Thurs. 5-7:30 p.m.
Sat. Nov. 5 annual free coat giveaway at Muncy Baptist Church, 8-2, corner of Market & Penn Sts., Muncy.